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BC Raven's Eye

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BC Raven's Eye - The Aboriginal Publication of BC and Yukon
has been published since May 1997.

Contributing Editor: Debora Steel

Raven's Eye is now a monthly section within the pages of Windspeaker.


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By Shari Narine Raven's Eye Contributor
A delay in an enforcement order is a huge victory for those on the Red Chris Mine blockade. “Injunctions are the norm on how to deal with any type of Indigenous (action) … when we’re blocking access to any type of development or industry development...
By Stefania Seccia Raven’s Eye Writer
Tales drawn from 5,000 years of existence are woven together through audio, visual and modern technology to breathe life into the colorful history of the Musqueam First Nation community. The Musqueam, Museum of Vancouver and the Museum of...
Raven's Eye Staff
It was described as a historic meeting of First Nations leaders, the Premier of British Columbia, Christy Clark, and her Cabinet, who gathered Sept. 11 to “dialogue” on transforming the First Nations-Crown relationship. The meeting was spurred on by...
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By David P. Ball Raven's Eye Contributor VANCOUVER
As the National Energy Board continues to hear oral presentations about the proposed expansion of Kinder Morgan’s TransMountain pipeline to Burnaby, B.C., First Nations on all sides of the Salish Sea are pressing forward with an intertribal treaty...
Compiled by Debora Steel
The Okanagan Nation Alliance and the Arrow Lakes Tribe of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville reservation in Washington took responsibility for the reburial of 10,000-year-old bones considered to be remains of an ancestor to the Sinixt...
Compiled by Debora Steel
The Okanagan Nation Alliance and the Arrow Lakes Tribe of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville reservation in Washington took responsibility for the reburial of 10,000-year-old bones considered to be remains of an ancestor to the Sinixt...
Compiled by Debora Steel
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers cancelled meetings with the Terrace City Council and the Terrace Chamber of Commerce, because the representatives the company had sent for the meetings wouldn’t be able to answer questions from...
Compiled by Debora Steel
Westbank First Nations will co-manage the new Black Mountain/Sntsk’il’ntYn Regional Park with the Regional District of Central Okanagan. The 1,260-acre park runs from Tower Ranch through to Highway 33. Sntsk’il’ntYn is a syilx/Okanagan word...
Compiled by Debora Steel
Hupacasath First Nation is shocked and disappointed that the federal government has ratified the foreign investment treaty with China, considering the matter is still before a Canadian court to decide if government should have consulted on the...
Compiled by Debora Steel
A new report from British Columbia’s representative for children and youth, reviews progress on 148 recommendations to government over six years and finds B.C. has repeatedly ignored calls to take action on child poverty, domestic violence and...

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